A Postal Index Number or PIN or PIN code is a code in the post office numbering or post code system used by India post the Indian postal administration. The code is six digits long. There are nine PIN zones in India, including eight regional zones and one functional zone (for the Indian Army). The first digit of the PIN code indicates the region. The second digit indicates the sub-region, and the third digit indicates the sorting district within the region. The final three digits are assigned to individual post offices. In the website you can easily find your pincode by just entering your location.

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S.No Pincode Location
1Bhalan B.O175134
2Kanoun B.O175134
3Bahu B.O175123
4Banjar S.O175123
5Palach B.O175123
6Chakurtha B.O175106
7Salwar B.O175134
8Sarchi B.O175123
9Mohani B.O175123
10Mohal B.O175126
11Shamshi S.O175126
12Chettar B.O175123
13Reila B.O175134
14Sainj S.O175134
15Tandi B.O175123
16Chanon B.O175123
17Dhaugi B.O175134
18Kalwari B.O175123
19Khalwan B.O175106
20Kharihar B.O175126
21Deotha B.O175123
22Bhalan B.O175134
23Kanoun B.O175134
24Bahu B.O175123
25Banjar S.O175123
26Palach B.O175123
27Chakurtha B.O175106
28Salwar B.O175134
29Sarchi B.O175123
30Mohani B.O175123
31Mohal B.O175126
32Shamshi S.O175126
33Chettar B.O175123
34Reila B.O175134
35Sainj S.O175134
36Tandi B.O175123
37Chanon B.O175123
38Dhaugi B.O175134
39Kalwari B.O175123
40Khalwan B.O175106
41Kharihar B.O175126
42Deotha B.O175123